Psycho: shaping mental health narratives?

Fri 8 Sep • 16:00 – 18:30

Duke of York
City Centre

Organised by:
  • British Science Association
  • Suitable for: 16+

    The 1960s were a period of intense struggles over knowledge about the human mind, with psychologists, psychiatrists, and psychoanalysts in deep conflict. It was also a period in which cinema became preoccupied with psychological ideas and the Hitchcock classic Psycho was part of this generation. Join us for a special screening of the film and panel discussion with media historian Tim Snelson, neuroscientist Sarah Garfinkel and broadcaster Adam Rutherford to debate the issues.

    Event booking has closed for 2017. We hope you enjoyed the Festival. Join us next year!

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